i have dried white latex paint on car seat. what do i do to remove it?
With Laquer Thinner
You can use turpentine to remove paint from the leather furniture.
You can remove latex paint with denatured alcohol. (You should be able to find it in a hardware store.) I do not know how denatured alcohol would react on cowhide. I would suggest testing a very small spot to check the results before proceeding with paint removal.
Try olive oil on a piece of paper towel. Don't scrub too hard or the leather dye could come off
If I was going to repaint this, then I'd remove both the latex and the old oil base with a chemical stripper. Then re-prime it and paint.
Latex paint can be washed off of skin by scrubbing with soap and warm water.
The best way to remove dry latex paint is by using a commercial grade paint remover. These can be purchased at home improvement stores like Lowe's.
You can remove melamine paint from a water proof jacket by applying mineral spirits to a rag and then scrubbing the jacket vigorously. If required, you can also use a scrubbing brush to remove dried in paint. Wash the jacket as per the instructions on the care label.
A little soap and water and the rub of a cloth.
Possibly if it's latex paint.
yes because latex paint is latex paint
you can paint over latex paint with latex enamel.
Enamel paint can only be mixed with latex paint if the latex paint also has enamel in it. If the latex paint is oil based then it can not be mixed with enamel paint.
I found out that Rubbing alcohol will remove dried latex paint on hard wood floors.
The ingredient in glossy paint is acrylic. You cannot remove that ingredient.
Wash it until it fits your dog, then make it grow somehow...
Baby oil will remove oil and latex paint from skin. It will not remove paint from most rigid substrates though.
If it is vinyl tile and it's latex paint, rubbing alcohol will remove it. If it is a ceramic or porcelain tile, you can carefully scrape it off or if it is also latex paint, the same thing,,,alcohol will remove it.
Hot soapy water and a sponge.
A sandblaster or sanding disc
You can try sandblasting it.
try reading the label.
I wouldn't recommend it. Some of the chemicals in the alkyd will dissolve the latex and the alkyd won't "stick". It's best to remove the latex using laquer thinner or xylene first.